The Lord reigns. And that is indescribably good news. It’s news that we need on days like these. That’s what we explore the series conclusion of “Drawing Near: Moving Closer to God While Far from Others”.
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Reaching out to the world that God loves…
During the winter of 2002, a small number of grateful Christians in Red Bank, NJ began to dream together about how they could share Jesus Christ with high school kids who did not yet know him. They wanted to invite as many people as possible into the light they found themselves glad to be in. This turned into a multi-generational community of Christian faith called Outreach Red Bank (ORB).
In 2014, under the power of God’s Spirit, ORB transformed into Park Church as it found a new home at 31 Park Rd. in Tinton Falls, NJ. Located at the crossroads of major NJ roads, Park Church is situated to be a community for all of Monmouth County. The same mission from the very beginning drives us: to share Jesus Christ with people who don’t yet know him. We’d love to have you join us.
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Don’t you want to live the life that God has made you to live? Of course you do. For that, we need God’s wisdom. This week’s Psalm of Wisdom walks us down that path.
One of the very best things we can do is to remember how much God has done for us, because it reminds us who the main character and what true theme in our story really is. Check it out!
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During these last three months, we’ve faced extraordinary changes as a society. That has not been lost on our kids. A generation that, as studies show, already faces a 52% increase in anxiety and depression has found itself launched into unprecedented times. They are grieving their routine and mourning the loss of their typical physical and social connection.
Parents: our job has gotten infinitely harder in these last months...
Dear Park family,
During lunch the other day, my son displayed some behavior that landed him in his “think it over place.” He sat there quietly … for about three seconds. Then he decided he was done and ready to get back to life-as-usual. ...
Everything has changed, but God hasn’t changed. We have experienced tremendous upheaval in our personal lives and in the way we do ministry due to Covid-19. But while change is inevitable, some things never change: faith, hope, and love (1 Corinthians 13).
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“I am neither an optimist nor a pessimist. Jesus Christ is risen from the dead.”
“But God proves his love for us in that while we still were sinners Christ died for us.”
“God does not love some ideal person, but rather human beings just as we are, not some ideal world, but rather the real world.”
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations...”
“No one can be saved – in virtue of what he can do. Everyone can be saved – in virtue of what God can do.”